The ash box that had ordered from Yamato Kinzoku the other day was finished.
I am satisfied very much with the workmanship !
I'll try to attach it at once.
In those days, in the SINKAWA-Cyo district of HAKODATE, although there were many sheet metal shops considerably, they decreased now.
So, the store became still more precious.
I think that it is a little difficult to manufacture products.
The work that is left is only the attachment of window to the ash box, and the assembly of a main part.
Although I have continued work (Tako Stove) for six months, I am somewhat lonely if it's over.
This TAKO STOVE made from casting which lasted with Taisyo Era and the Shouwa 40s from the middle of Meiji Era,was used for passenger's car and the conductor's room of Japanese National Railways.
This global body hasn't basically changed, but the small point has seemed to be made of different specifications by each area of Hokkaido.
The work which remained was the attachment of window of an ash box, and a bolt stop.And all finished and the small and lovely stove was completed!!
I will report future progress with my blog again!!